Barack Obama did not provide a scenario to send U.S. troops into Syria.
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Friday that he does not foresee a scenario in which he would send U.S. troops to Syria and outlined the approach that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons.
Obama urges incomprehensible that the United States do not exclude any options for dealing with Syria as the U.S. investigated whether the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad using chemical weapons.
But Obama, who spent much of his presidency wound of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, to clarify, apparently reluctant to send troops into Siriya.Toy said: "I do not foresee" such a scenario.
If you can hold this position many analysts doubt.
However, the Middle East is closer to the Middle East than the U.S..
If Syria is found to have used chemical weapons, Obama will be under pressure to take action outside the United States.
The Obama administration is considering sending an official military help to Al Qaeda, which govern the Syrian rebels.
Obama has come under fire from some critics in Washington that has confused approach to Syria.
"The only right strategy was to organize military intervention" - says Brzezinski.
Instead, Barack Obama "only appeared on TV with tons of school director, and politely asked for the resignation of Bashar al-Assad."
Everything was done without a plan "B".
On the question of whether it is possible to force U.S. President Putin to stop supporting Assad political scientist said that in Syria the U.S. confronted not only with Russia but also Iran, which is also important.
"In addition, the game is China does not like our behavior.
Not least because Beijing is concerned about energy supplies from the Middle East. "